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Interior Architecture

Interior Design students and a faculty member discuss ideas Learn to identify, research and creatively solve problems related to the design of functional and high quality interior environments while gaining specialized knowledge of interior construction, sustainable practices, building codes and social and ethical responsibilities of designers. 

Fast Facts

A growing field

The demand for interior designers is expected to grow over the next 10 years.


The program is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design.

Valuable degrees

The program meets requirements of the National Council for Interior Design Qualifications. 



  • Residential interior design
  • Commercial interior design
  • Architectural design
  • Architectural 3D visualization
  • Historic preservation
  • Sustainable design consulting
  • Sales and marketing of interior design products

Course Schedule

Freshman Year

Suggested Plan of Study

Fall Spring
ANRD 191 – First Year Seminar
ENGL 101 – Intro to Composition and Rhetoric
ID 105 – Intro to Interior Architecture
ID 165 – Architecture and Design Foundations
ID 115 – Intro to Arch. Design and Graphics  
ARHS 160 -  Landmarks of World Art
ARHS 120  – Survey of Art History   
GEF/Program Requirements (6 hours)
GEF 2--Lecture or Lecture and Co-Req Lab

For full suggested course schedule, class descriptions and more information on General Education Foundations (GEF) see course catalog.